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The Secret, Any-Moment Rapture Theory Contradicts Plain Scriptures. (Wm. Rowlands)

Psalm 110:1 states that “The Lord said unto my Lord, Sit Thou at My right hand until I make Thine enemies Thy footstool,” and continues clearly to show that Christ’s session of waiting ends only when He comes to “put forth the rod of His strength” and to rule in the midst of His enemies (ver. 2).

To this agree the words of the Holy Spirit through Peter (Acts 3:21), “Even Jesus: whom the heaven must receive until the times of restoration of all things, whereof God spake by the mouth of His holy prophets….”

Scripture says that Christ will sit at God’s right hand until it is time for Him to put His feet upon His foes; but the theory of the two-stage coming teaches that He will leave that throne (which would be in opposition to Jehovah’s will expressed in Ps. 110:1) at least seven years before the appointed time, and that Antichrist, His greatest earthly foe, will arise after He has so come forth. Acts 3:21 declares that the times of restoration follow His coming, but this theory says it is then the great tribulation will come.

(OUR LORD COMETH by WILLIAM J. ROWLANDS 1939)

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